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Vector versus raster images

Vector versus raster images: Creating Optimized Web Graphics
Vector versus raster images: Creating Optimized Web Graphics

In this tutorial you’ll explore the differences between web vector and raster graphic formats, and also explore the best situation for saving in a certain format. JPEG, GIF, and PNG are saved as raster images—whether they started as raster or vector artwork. SVG saves artwork that was originally vector as vector artwork. It’s important to select the right image format such as JPEG, PNG, or SVG, for the content type you have.

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Skill Level Intermediate
42m 16s
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Skills covered in this course
Web Web Design Web Graphics Sketch Photoshop

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